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Cobbett, John (d. 1657), parliamentarian army officer and Leveller, was son of Ralph Cobbett, a gentleman from Weston, Northamptonshire. John was a Londoner who probably served an apprenticeship during the 1630s, like his brothers Ralph and Robert. In 1642 all three brothers joined the parliamentarian army as officers of foot. ...

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Eyre [Eyres, Ayres], William (fl. 1634–1675), parliamentarian army officer and Leveller, is of obscure origins; the place and date of his birth and the names of his parents are not known. His rank of captain in a cavalry regiment during the first civil war suggests that he may have come from the rural middling sort. In his ...

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Lockyer, Robert (1625/6–1649), Leveller and parliamentarian soldier, may have been the son of Mary Locker, who was a householder in the parish of St Botolph without Bishopsgate, London, in 1638. If this Robert was the same man as the future Leveller, he and his mother were rebaptized by the Particular Baptist ...

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Rainborowe [Rainborow], Thomas (d. 1648), parliamentarian army officer and Leveller, was the first-born son of Captain William Rainborow (bap. 1587, d. 1642), Levant merchant and naval officer. His mother, William's first wife, was a daughter of Captain Rowland Coytmore of Wapping. Martha, the first of his two sisters, was briefly married to ...

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Rainborowe [Rainsborough], William (fl. 1639–1673), parliamentarian army officer and Leveller, was born, probably in Wapping, at a date unknown. He was a younger son of Captain William Rainborow (bap. 1587, d. 1642), naval commander and merchant; his mother cannot be identified. According to the senior ...